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  • Being one is loving all
    Tim Freke
  • Life has its way
    Alice Hall
  • The true purpose of meditation is to awaken us to the truth of who we really are - The original, beautiful, flowering awareness which is life itself, and from where we can live our daily lives authentically and with grace.
    John Siddique
  • Let us meet in that place of perfect stillness where stories, opinions and differences are put to one side, and the all embracing silence becomes the language we are both speaking.
    Paul Hurcomb
  • HERE, not knowable as all encompassing, naked life-force is dancing as you. You are dance, energy and the unfathomable, silent primal ground.
    Bernd
  • Truth is not the same as what you 'think' is true about people, experiences and other things in your life - it isn't your personal perspective, your personal truth. Truth is universal.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • In saying YES to the maximum of your capacity in any moment, what unfolds before you offers the potential for deep intimacy. The courage to get right up close to what is, turns you inside out so you become a naked lover of life.
    Amoda Maa
  • Let go of any tension against life. Let go of any distance between you and life. Let go of any fixpoint of yourself. Let go of anything you know. What you really are - remains.
    Pratibha & Kareem Krüger
  • We are sensing instruments of consciousness.
    Susanne Marie
  • The nervous system of a human being is in the brain, but the nervous system of the brain is in the Heart.
    Rajiv Kapur
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